Ep. 84: Pulling Pythons By the Tail and Being Afraid of Snakes with Herpetologist Harry W. Greene

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On this week’s show, we’re joined by Phil the Engineer to talk about where we draw the line when it comes hunting, when funerals interrupt elk season, and a Not-So Sharp Moment involving a pet raccoon. In the interview portion of the show we’re joined by Harry W. Greene, a herpetologist who retired in 2016 after working for many years as a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Cornell University. We cover life, death, conservation values, and all-things snakes. Enjoy.

Buy Greene’s book Tracks and Shadows: Field Biology as Art here.

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